Hinds Community College recognized high school and college graduates in 1972 and previous years in the annual 50+ reunion held Sept. 20 as part of Homecoming week.
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Sophomore Shanya Butler of New Hebron was crowned 2022 Homecoming queen
Mark Buys of Vicksburg headlines honorees at Hinds Community College’s Alumni Homecoming festivities on Sept. 22.
“I am so blessed for the opportunity. It shows that my hard work in Mr. Crisler’s class has paid off, and I can show young girls that they can be anything they want to be no matter who they are and where they come from.”
The McLendon Library on Hinds Community College’s Raymond Campus is hosting two traveling exhibits from the Mississippi Department of Archives & History, Aug. 15–Oct. 14.
“I am thrilled to add to the legacy of the Hinds Community College Band that dates to the 1930s and ‘40s.”
“Hinds is a great institution, so I want to offer my experience and knowledge to help Hinds stay on the forefront of higher education and navigate some of the headwinds that all colleges are facing these days,”
“We are the only community college with the full fine arts experience: Art, Dance, Music, Music Industry and Theatre. My primary focus is to shine a light on the greatness that resides here while building a name for the Fine and Performing Arts Department,”
“Hinds has helped me grow as a person and as a student. Transitioning from high school to college…”
Hinds Community College nursing classmates Sergio Sanchez San Juan of Pearl and Patricia Doty of Byram each brought a spouse and four children to their graduation ceremony on July 28. Both celebrated receiving their Associate Degree in Nursing.